Natalie Portman keeps her personal and business relations strictly separate.
“My family and my friends are completely separate from my work, so it doesn’t matter where I was, it didn’t affect my relationships”, she tells The Guardian. “You see, with Celeste or John F. Donovan that some of the people that they love with them, exhorting them to continue as they are at their breaking point, because they take advantage of their success. I think that is really dangerous, if you take the emotion can not separate the business.”
The actress admits that fame her life has influenced and spoke at the Women’s March in Los Angeles in January (18) about how she was tormented by fame as a teenager, as she got sexually explicit fan mail and unwanted attention of the media. But the actress says that she is her fixed private life has meant that they have always been able to withdraw from the limelight.
“In my real life, I feel exposed to the public eye, and the concept of celebrity is a part of my life,” explains Natalie. “But I lead a quiet private life that is relatively circumspect for the excesses that we see in both movies. So I have access to both worlds.
Both new movies the Black Swan star’s debuted earlier this month at the Toronto International Film Festival (Sep18).
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